‘Twas the day before Christmas and all through PNC Park, not a creature was stirring especially without Kyle Stark. Cleats and gloves were hung in their lockers with care, in hopes that Opening Day soon would be there. The Pirates Fans were nestled all snug in their beds, while visions of transactions danced in theirContinue reading “‘Twas The Night Before Christmas: Pirates Edition”
The Toronto Blue Jays signed Robbie Ray and it starts to put clues on the record to help us understand the market. The agreement is 8 Million for 1 year and it shows us how both players and organizations might be thinking.
The list of players that happen to be too young to give up on is far too big. Now, let me define that just a bit, not all young players are in this category.
There are many questions that readers have about the Buccos, each and every one has a variable but for the most part we answer these in one form or another almost daily. So let’s put them all in one place and see if we can’t get past them and on to a new set.
We’ve gone all season waiting for some of these guys to get healthy or perform closer to their norms to no avail.
Let’s begin with tonight’s starter Joe Musgrove. He legit has good stuff, should we assume he’d be more on track if not for injury?
There are always loose ends to every season, this one is going to leave more open ended thoughts than most. With only 19 games remaining, they’d be well served to not put more on the plate.
News The Trade Deadline passes with only the Jarrod Dyson move as a result. Ke’Bryan Hayes had a very effective debut on Tuesday night at PNC. His first hit a double off the top of the wall and his second a homerun to center. He survived a rookie moment throwing home for an out ratherContinue reading “Pirates News & Views 9-7-2020”
So, no illusions here, this is my plan, not theirs, I don’t think they’ll do it entirely, but it’s what I’d do, and I’ll explain why after we discuss my idea.
It’s easy as a Pirates fan to feel this 7-19 season isn’t fun, but for many the knowledge that it’s part of the process is enough. COVID-19 changed the landscape of every sport that was in season and some that haven’t even started yet.